When and Where: The Barclays Premier League game from the Hawthorns kicks off at 10 a.m. ET and is available to watch online at FoxSoccer2Go.
Chelsea travel to the Hawthorns on Saturday looking to build some momentum after their 3-0 victory over Bolton last time out.
The Blues will be hoping that Didier Drogba is fit to play after a knee injury kept him out of the Ivory Coast's mid-week friendly.
Chelsea also have an injury doubt over Daniel Sturridge, after the forward injured his toe during his substitute appearance for England against Holland.
West Brom are looking to continue a run that has seen them win 5-1 and 4-0 in their last two outings, against Wolves and Sunderland, respectively. They could also be boosted by the return of captain Chris Brunt to fitness after a two-month layoff. Whether he is fit enough to start the game, though, will be a matter for manager Roy Hodgson to weigh up.
Midfielder Paul Scharner is also expected to be fit, though he may have to settle for a place on the bench.
There is less promising news about winger Jerome Thomas, who is a doubt for Saturday's game after suffering a hamstring injury against Sunderland last weekend.
So much speculation surrounds Chelsea--from rumors over manager Andre Villas-Boas' future to David Luiz's reported comments about Frank Lampard--that getting back to the basics of playing matches may be something of a relief.
Players and staff will know that the only way to stop the incessant rumors is to start achieving results on the pitch. And every point is crucial for Chelsea in their battle to secure a crucial Champions League place.
Prediction: If the Blues can avoid the sort of defensive lapses that cost them so dearly against Napoli recently, then they should have just about enough to see off the challenge of West Brom.